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For sale are 2 items. The first is a JB4 for the 3.3tt Stinger. This JB4 also has the Bluetooth adapter and Fuel wires with the plug and play connectors already attached. Just plug them in and go.
The second item is the VF Performance Intakes. These fit perfectly and are easy...
The flush fitment will depend more on the wheel offset. I was more referring to the rotational difference in overall diameters, and how that effects the drivetrain. In an AWD vehicle, it is critical that diameters of all 4 tires are the same, otherwise you have axles spinning at different speeds.
That is what I figured as well, but I see a lot of people on here running the 285/30 on the rear. I wonder if this had caused any drivetrain damage for anyone, but perhaps the rotational difference front to back isn't enough to make a difference. Ill be doing the 255/35 295/30 combo
I have a quick question that perhaps one of the wheel and tire gurus on here can answer.
Why is it that most people who are running a staggered fitment with a 20x9 and 20x10.5 setup are using a 255/35 in the front and a 285/30 in the rear? Wouldn't it make more sense to run a...